A delicately crafted 6.5" Art Deco Sterling Silver openwork bangle! Flowers and foliage bloom from her every crevice, akin to a cut of lace hugging your wrist. Crafted from Sterling Silver with a soft patina, she adds a touch of gothic glamour to any attire.
Her connecting clasps intertwines with her Art Deco openwork design, making her intricate detailing flow around the entire circumference. At 6.5", she is suited for those with a more petite wrist, and with her chunky width, she creates a feast for the eyes!
ERA: Art Deco, c.1932
MEASUREMENTS: Bangle circumference is 6 & 1/2" or 16.5cm.
Bangle is 35mm wide.
MATERIALS: Tests as Sterling Silver throughout.
STAMPS & HALLMARKS: 'L.E' makers mark, Birmingham Anchor, Lion Passant, Date letter 'H' for the year 1932 on a leaf next to hinges.
PACKAGING: Your order will be gift-wrapped free of charge in a Lillicoco cardboard box made from recycled materials, tied with a ribbon.
VERY GOOD. This 6.5" Art Deco Sterling Silver openwork bangle is in very good condition! Her Sterling Silver has a lovely shine, complimented by her gorgeous patina in her grooves. There is some wear throughout, commensurate with age, but only noticeable under close inspection. With both of her clasps in working order and a safety chain, she can be worn with the utmost confidence. With a full set of hallmarks dating her back to 1832, she will make a dreamy addition to your antique jewellery collection!